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that is amazing. nick: wow. he had 34 feet. jim. jim: it looked longer than that. so three birdies to open the side, three to close it. runs the table there, peter kostis. 16, 17, and 18. peter: some pretty spectacular stuff, i can tell you. what a difference a week makes. jim: all three of them too, very unlikely birdies. what are the olds of any one of them? at 16, there's so much slope there, you're not going to make that 5% of the time. the hole-out at 17, 35 feet at 2 -- the 18th. simpson gets his par.
updated fedexcup standings. jordan with a win is in third position now behind jason day, adam scott. and ryan palmer now. he's not going to do anything careless here. for a tie for third. well done. that's for his dad. his father butch who passed away last august who loved coming to this tournament with his son more than any other. let's go down to peter kostis. peter: thanks, i'm here with our champion, jordan. i know you wanted to debt the monkey off your back to win your
first tournament in texas. you've finally done it. what a spectacular back nine. congratulations. jordan: thank you. as much as you play it off, that's a tough hump to get over, coming back from augusta and to do it in our third tournament back. michael was fantastic this so week, kept me so positive. i feel very blessed. to win in front of our home fans too, what a great week. peter: congratulations. well done, mate. jim: that's a big one for him. his mother, father, city in the gallery all weekend long there to celebrate a very special scene here and spectacular golf and there selly to greet her brother. [captioning funded by cbs sports division] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] . first texas-born. there's chris, his mother, sean his father. first texas-born winner at colonial since ben crenshaw in
thunder biker rally honoring prisoners of war and troops missing in action. a frightening day at the zoo, an endangered gorilla is killed after an up close encount we are a little boy. and after a 12 year around the clock vigil it's closing time for a beloved sea side church. >> this is the captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> quijano: good evening, i'm elaine quijano. the death toll continues to rise after torrential rains flooded parts of texas. at least four people have died and several others are missing after some areas were hit with more than 20 inches of rain. mireya villarreal has the latest. >> you can see the sun, it is a brietd, sunny day an you can see what is happening down there. >> reporter: the rain has stopped but in some areas flood waters continue to rise sub
merging cars and stranding drivers. some rivers could reach record levels in the next few days, prompting several rural counties between austin and houston to call for evacuations. hundreds of residents including kurt whiteman have been forced from their homes. >> i've been here 20 years and this is-- i've never been under a flood yet. this is the worst i have seen it. >> reporter: 21 year old darren mitchell potioned this eerie picture from inside his truck on facebook as water surrounded him. all i wanted to do was go home. witness smith saw mitchell struggle-- struggling. >> he got out of the truck, got in the bed of his truck, he got out of the bed, got on top of his truck. and then all of a scud he got back in his truck and like maybe-- 15 minutes after he was in his truck, it just flipped into the water. >> reporter: washington county officials confirm one of the bodies they recovered on saturday was mitchell's. >> to see his truck like that, and know i witnessed something
like that, it's just hard. >> reporter: today in kansas crews resumed the search for an 11 year old boy who was apparently swept away by a swol encreek on friday. elaine, last night officials announced that the search for this young boy has turned from a rescue mission into a recovery mission. >> quijano: sad new, mir a ya villarreal, thank you. tropical storm bonnie became tropical depression bonnie today. the storm not only spoiled the holiday weekend for beach crowds in the carolinas, it also caused major traffic problems. david begnaud is in coosawhatchie south carolina, david. >> reporter: i'm standing along side interstate 95 and it say parking lot. tropical storm bonnie is a distant memory now but the rain bands from it have created a traffic nightmare. look at this. when can you ever walk on the interstate that is because it has been closed like this since nearly 7:00 this morning and it goes like this for ten miles, elaine. one man just told me i don't have enough gas to stay like this on the side of the road. some people have been stuck in their cars for nearly eight
hours. i want to show you a picture of what it is like about six miles ahead. there is a one mile stretch of the southbound lane of interstate 95 here in southern south carolina that is underwater. it is nearly waste deep in fact, we have video, one couple had to be rescued. their car was stranded on highway 17 which is just off interstate 95. they left their vehicle, came back to get something and became stuck in the flood water and had to be rescued. we are in jas per county, south carolina. and across this area of what is known as the low country here in south carolina, there is significant and severe flooding. and what's happening we're being told from local meteorologists is that a system that was a part of tropical storm bonnie is now sitting over this jas per county area and the rain has not let up. back live now along interstate 95, elaine, i asked one trooper, how long do you think the interstate is going to be closed. and he said we're already making presentations for tomorrow.
but again some people have been sitting in their car since 7:00 this morning. elaine? >> quijano: difficult situation for travelers there. david begnaud in south carolina, thank you. republican presidential candidate donald trump rolled into washington d.c. for the rolling thunder biker rally. one of the largest motorcycle rallies in the world is held every memorial day weekend to honor prisoners of war and troops missing in action. julianna gold pln is in washington. >> donald trump delivered his standard stump speech tearing too hillary clinton and touting his immigration proposal. but he gave a special shoutout to troops and veterans on this memorial day weekend. >> we are going to rebuild our military. we're going to make it bigger and bigger and better and stronger than ever before. we're going to take care of our veterans. our veterans have been treated so badly in this country. >> reporter: now trump spoke in front of a smaller than
expected crowd at the lincoln memorial, to some of the thousands of bikers who ride into the nation's capitol every year to pay tribute to our troops honoring veterans, prisoners of war and troops missing in action. trump thanked them for supporting his campaign but didn't make any reference to his controversial comments last year when he said that senator john mccain who spent five years as a po-w in vietnam was not a war hero. at the time he said he is a war her ro-- hero that was captured, i like people that weren't captured. while mccain still maintains trump needs to apologize for this comment, he also says he will be supporting his party's presumptive nominee. trump did announce today that on tuesday he will be releasing the names of veterans charities that received money he raised earlier this year. the billionaire businessman has come under fire for not fully accounting for the six million dollars he says came from a january fundraiser just before the iowa caucuses. elaine, a spokeswoman from rolling thunder told "the washington post" that the organization founder supports trump. she brushed aside the
controversies and said trump will make our military great again. julianna goldman in washington, thanks. john dikerson is cbs new's political director and the host of "face the nation." so john, we have seen these very heated protests against donald trump continue. how worried is the rnc that its convention could look like what we saw in new mexico and california this past week? >> well, i think they're worried. they believe that a lot of these protests are set up, that this isn't people just expressing their first amendment rights but that these are mischief makers trying to cause kal amity for the republicans. so they are quite well aware of it. authorities in ohio are well aware of it. and so they'll just have to hopefully manage it but we won't really know until we get there. >> turning to the democrats, how much of a setback for the clinton campaign is the e-mail controversy? >> the e-mail report from the inspector general, the state department is a problem for two
reasons am one t reminded people of questions they had about the way hillary runs her affairs. questions that have been there for a long time. and the other problem is that it gives a realtime fresh example of some of the problems people have had with the question of whether she's honest and trust worthy. because her answers an her campaign's answers are just at odds with the report from the inspector general. this is not a political opponent, this is an inspector general for the state department. and that disconnect reexas rates-- reexacerbates an ongoing problem for her. >> quijano: john dikerson in washington, thank you. two gunmen armed with automatic rifles opened fire on a street in houston today killing at least one person in his car. one of the suspects was killed in a shootout with police. the second was wounded and taken to the hospital. two officers and at least three other people were also injured. the motive for the shootings is under investigation. chicago has seen an alarming spike in gun violence this weekend. by sunday morning at least 40 people had been shot resulting in at least four deaths.
shootings and homicides are up about 50% this year in the nation's third largest city. outpacing new york and los angeles. much of the gun violence is gang-related. open this weekend but its gorilla world is closed indefinitely. a four year old boy got into the gorilla enclosure on saturday and was hurt. an endangered gorilla had to be killed. jamie yuccas has the latest. >> reporter: cell phone videos from people visiting the cincinnati zoo show a four year old boy in the gorilla world moat. the boy show got through a barrier and fell at least ten feet down into the shallow stream. that's when her am we a 17 year old endangered low land gorilla a approaches the boy. at first it looks like he's been protective but then his behavior turned threatening. >> oh my gosh. >> the gorilla has the child. and is dragging him around the
pen. >> the boy does not appear to scream or panic. zoo officials removed two female professions from the enclosure but did not approach the gorilla for at least ten minutes. eventually zoo president thane mayard said the 400 pound gorilla became violent. >> it seems very much by our dangerous animal response team to be a life threatening situation. so the choice was made to put down or shoot him. >> reporter: the zoo say its team chose not to tranquilize the gorilla because the animal was agitated and it would have taken too long to save pim. >> we don't wants to be in a situation where they have to be killed. >> animal activists have created online petitions and facebook pages like justice for heramwe. many endangered he was put down. others want the boy's mother to face child endangerment charges. people for the ethical treatment of animals or peta released a statement saying the gorilla enclosure should have been surrounded by a secondary
barrier between the humans and the animal toses prevent exactly this type of incident. the zoo says it is reviewing its security around that enclosure. the boy was treated for nonlife threatening injuries and should be okay. >> quijano: thanks so much. >> the final mass was held sunday at st. francis xavier cabrini church in scituate, massachusetts. the church is closing after a 12-year around the clock vigil by parishners who tried to keep their beloved house of worship open. named after the first italian-american saint, st. francis xavier cabrini church has sat near the shofer scituate, massachusetts, since the 1960st. because of declining attendance and a shortage of priests, the roman catholic archdiocese of boston in may of 2004 decided to shut down the church and sell the 30 acre waterfront property. we visited st. francis in 2013 and met with parishners on a
24/7 vigil. their peaceful proses to-- protest to save their church. earlier this month the u.s. supreme court refused to hear their final appeal leaving parisher ins no choice but to end their fight. today they celebrated their final mass. i'm joined now by parish member mary ellen rogers. mary ellen, were you baptized at this church, your first commune onthere, were you married there. there have been family funerals at that church. what are you fealing right-- feeling right now? >> i'm feeling a broken heart. but more so that our cardinal, cardinal sean o'malley has never reached out to us and come to this church. he's never stepped foot in this church over the past 11 and a half years. >> reporter: what is going to happen to the church at this point. and its seaside property there. >> well, we are on 30 acres of prime coastal real estate. so if you look around the neighborhood, there's multimillion dollar homes being built here. so i don't know but i anticipate
that this church will be bull doazed and there will be large houses going up here. >> reporter: mary ellen rogers, thank you so much for your time. >> thank you. >> quijano: well, we have a winner at the 100th indianapolis 500. >> check erred flag. you just won the indy 500, baby! >> quijano: rookie alexander rossi took the trophy. he's just 24 years old. over 350,000 people packed into the indianapolis motor speedway, the highest capacity stadium in america. after crossing the finish line, rossi drank from a glass bottle of milk, an indy tradition that goes back over 80 years. when the cbs weekend news continues, dr. john lapook explains the rise in colon working on my feet all day gave me pain here. in my lower back but now, i step on this machine and get my number which matches my dr. scholl's custom fit orthotic inserts.
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>> quijano: this week foreign correspondent jonathan vigliotti created quite a buzz with his story about illegal drones and the magnificent birds police in holland are using to take them down. >> reporter: the dutch national police department's newest recruits have wings. and an appetite for unusual prey. hunter the bald eagle is the world's first bird trained to take down drones that cause trouble in the sky. the police chief mark weibes says they have been seen hovering over packed parades and airports. >> we had a couple of activities where the drones were too near the airports. >> reporter: this low tech solution to a high-tech problem is the vision of sjoerd hoogendoorn who created it last year. >> we are training to be the best bird of prey to take down drones. >> reporter: the dutch national police department ised first organization hoogendoorn is contracting his eagles out to. the second that hood is off and
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